Game of Thrones season 7: Sophie Turner warns Sansa will be 'unlikeable'

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HBOEmilia Clarke and Sophie Turner have been busy promoting Game of Thrones season 7

Game of Thrones returns to HBO on July 16 and will be simulcast in the United Kingdom at 2am on Sky Atlantic.

While Turner must have been happy for her boyfriend's support, she sat next to Williams during the festivities (because Stark sisters have to stick together). Then, a shift in tone, and a swift massacre - without actual violence.

When asked about the end of the show, Sophie said: "I've been trying to wrap my head around it".

"It's been nearly a high-class soap, with different families, moving around, geographically", said Cunningham, aka Ser Davos Seaworth. "Game of Thrones" Season 7 is set to air starting July 16 on HBO.

"I think Thrones is a unique concoction in terms of visual value, a vast range of characters, (author) George R.R. Martin's extraordinary imagined universe and (producers) so brilliant at evolving it".

But even though she is now no longer a captive, she is more vulnerable more than ever.

"Now that she's become a leader, she has Winterfell, she has her home, she has her brother [Jon]", the actress said. Sansa was present for Jon's ascendancy to King in the North, but Littlefinger was whispering in her ear again and she seemed a tad resentful when he didn't share credit. Sansa has clearly made herself one of the players, a force to be reckoned with, as she learned from her mistakes and learned how to use people to her advantage. "It's really interesting to see her like that, because the past few seasons, she's been so strong", Turner said. After the coming season, who among the Starks will come out victorious? After months as a bombshell blonde (her natural color, mind you), the 21-year-old is back to being a ginger-though it's a shade that "GoT" fans might not recognize. "But I found my strength in her, and I think she found her strength in me". She desperately wants to see King's Landing and falls in love with Prince Joffrey Baratheon, heir to the Iron Throne, or perhaps more in love with the *idea* of the Prince. "I think they both know what the other is up to". Fans were left with Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) sailing toward Westeros with her dragons, army of unsullied, Dothraki horde, and new allies to claim the throne and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) being proclaimed the King in the North by his fellow countrymen. He won control of the Iron Islands over Yara at the Kingsmoot midway through the season and wanted to ally himself with Dany.

Things are getting complicated in Sansa's world.

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